36 RV Parks near Dillard, Georgia
Jul 2017 - $50.00
We stayed for 4 nights. Park is very nice and we'll kept. Site was good and level. The only thing I did not care for is the mix of owned lots and rentals. We had two encounters with owners that were surprising. When we pulled up the owner next to us had his vehicle and a friend's parked in our site. They moved to site next to us. People renting that site knocked on our door thinking it was our vehicle. When we left today we were loading our toad and the lot across from us parked their truck right on edge of their site. A vehicle was trying to get by so I asked if they could move just a little and I was told in a very unpleasant manner that they owned this lot and no one is to drive on their gravel. The car had to turn around. Seems like the lot owners feel they own the park. Just my impression. Overall everything else was good. - Pahu3
Jul 2017 - $55.00
We made reservations on line but soon realized that the site would be too small for our rig. They moved us to another site but we could only stay for 4 nights and then we would have to move to a 3rd site. They were very helpful and it wasn't their fault - mhmama
May 2017 - $41.00
This is a gorgeous park and everyone that works here is wonderful. The heated outdoor pool was amazing and we loved the indoor hot tub (it's gigantic). The grounds are beautiful and very well cared for. People seemed to be friendly, but there was barely a soul out at night. Call me old-fashioned, but my idea of camping is sitting outside at night by the campfire and you just didn't see that there. They do not have fire pits; however, you can still have a fire as long as you bring your own and it's at least 6" off the ground. We had one so we were probably the only people outside after dark. The placement of the tree on our site (and some of the other sites around us), made it a little difficult to place the fire pit but we managed. The wifi was not extremely reliable in the evening (appeared to work better during the day so I'm not sure if that was because more people were connecting in the evening??). It appeared they were installing additional wifi antennas (or whatever you call them) the day before we left so that may improve in the future. We had no problems with AT&T cell phone service at the campground. Overall, it was a wonderful experience and we will definitely be back. - Campdog41
Jun 2012 - $12.00
Lazy Z is a small family owned campground. Sites are on the small side. Some on a little pond in the park. Sewer hookup is available on limited spots. A dump station is available. Sites are all gravel. We reserve our site and go back every year. Passport America is accepted. - oldcutup
May 2008 - $1.00
This place has been out of business since 2004 or 2005. I think it is a trailer park if it is even still around. - bigdiesel81
Aug 2017 - $60.00
More than a campground, this is an adult "retreat"! A small campground carved into a hillside with site vistas that are spectacular. The hosts are RV'ers and their approach to running this camp definitely comes from their experiences. Warm, welcoming and attentive they make you feel right at home as soon as you arrive and see your name on their chalk board. You'll get escorted to your site, set-up and before you know it the owner is there to give you a tour of their breathtaking property. Full service site (30 amp) offered privacy, peace and quiet. We had WiFi and over the air TV at certain times of the day. They have a deer refuge, do a nightly feeding and have geese and chickens. No pool or playground here but that's exactly the way this place is meant to be. Serenity now. - Breezy2
Jul 2017 - $50.00
Beautiful views from our unit. Very private, very quiet, very clean, pet friendly. Lots of deer, turkeys and even ducks to view. Close to everything. Wonderful hosts, I think my husband and I made new friends. We will definitely return as often as we can. Can't say enough good things about our stay. - Yancey
Jul 2017 - $65.00
Best place ever! The hosts are so nice and caring. Pet friendly place and so peaceful with a lot privacy. It will be hard going back to a regular campground. If you are around Franklin, you have to check it out. - Caroleking
Aug 2017 - $30.00
This is a very small camp with immaculate landscaping and great owners. They are so welcoming and helpful. It is a great location for many activities and will be our "go-to" campground whenever we go to the north GA mountains. We stayed in a site up front the first 2 nights and it was a bit noisy because we were too close to hwy 441, but everything else is great here! - glamping
Aug 2017 - $20.00
Another small campground with FHU, cable and good wifi. Very clean, owner is very helpful and lives on the property. We came in with no reservation and were able to stay 4 days. Just off the highway in Mountain City. We were in a 30' class C motorhome. Be sure and turn out the light when leaving the bathroom. - Hey You
Oct 2016 - $15.00
Stayed here 6 weeks in all. Park has 22 sites and also cabin rentals. Quiet, nicely landscaped, extremely well maintained. Owners live on the property and handle everything themselves. Mountain City is north of Clayton and Dillard, GA, and about 25 minutes from Franklin, NC. Great location, helpful and accommodating owners, lots of repeat business. - christiana5
May 2017 - $20.00
Really pretty, secluded campground. No hook ups, but the showers and bathrooms were exceedingly clean, and the camp hosts couldn't have been more welcoming. We'll definitely be back. - Mjmurray98
Jul 2016 - $16.00
Primitive campground, beautiful area, super camp hosts. - MarkBlain
Jul 2017 - $32.00
I had spent Sunday night in a Forest Service campground near Franklin, NC, but they were full (and lots of noisy people and kids too) so my friend could not get in on Monday, so we agreed to meet (he has a Dodge 3500 and 30 ft TT) at Black Rock Mountain the next day. I have a Sprinter chassis motorhome and I had to use 1st gear and about 20 mph to get up the mountain. Same for going down, be careful to not overheat your brakes. You are going up about 1500 ft in elevation in about two miles, so the grades are 8 or 9% the whole way. There is no place to pull off or turn around so be prepared and know your RV is capable of the climb. Well worth it however, the views are spectacular with lots of nice hiking trails and a very nice Visitor Center. I bought a GA annual parks pass for $35 (senior price, regular price is $50) and got one night of free camping with it (worth $32) so it was a no brainier to buy it. For the night I had to pay, I received a 20% senior discount, so if over 62, be sure and ask. Only complaint is that there are signs at each of the longer sites asking tent campers to use other sites if possible, and leave the long ones for RVs, but we saw a couple of tents in 50 or 60 ft deep spaces, when there were quite a few short spaces open. The sites are very fine gravel with big heavy picnic tables and double lantern hooks, and fire pits. with grills in the pits. While the restrooms were neat and clean and everything was in good working order, the showers, while quite acceptable, could have stood to have a good scrubbing and hose down. - CharlesinGA
Apr 2017 - $32.00
Another great Georgia state park! Bathrooms heated, clean, and well-maintained. Some sites are long enough for very long rigs, but getting in and out will be difficult. The road to the campground is very curvy, narrow, and up hill. Within the campground, roads are twisty and narrow. Forested, but not dense. Enough separation that we did not hear our neighbors. Verizon 4G. There were still plenty of sites in early April. Reservations are not site-specific, so it helps to arrive early for better selection. Great views and a number of nice trails. - OlderGoat
Oct 2016 - $30.00
We have stayed at Black Rock and loved it every time. The staff is attentive and the property of clean. The sites are very wooded and quiet. It's a tough pull even in a new truck to get your rv up the windy mountain road.
This time we found the trading post closed and open only on weekend afternoons. Our water went out the first day and the park restrooms also closed. Would have been nice to have someone stop by to explain they were working on the problem, but that did not happen.
The campground host kept driving around in an old golf cart that back fired every time she stopped. Sounded similar to a gun shot.
We noticed they have thinned out a lot got the trees on the sites, luckily we were able to get a secluded site. Drive around before parking and find a nice secluded site.
I would also note the tent campers who pay less take up a lot of the good sites. Kinda aggravating. There should be a tent area.
The addition of cable was great, but there is no wifi. - Mattd
Sep 2017 - $44.00
First time camping in Franklin NC, could not have picked a better campground. Very clean and well maintained. Camp host is very helpful and very nice. Wife and I checked other campgrounds in the area and nothing compares as for as cleanest and pretty. We were very lucky to have picked such a nice place. When we come back this way, we will definitely stay here. - P Ardis
Aug 2017 - $47.00
This was our first visit here and we will definitely be back. The campground is very clean and quiet. The Host couple was great. I would recommend this place to any one looking for a clean and quiet place to stay. Site surface was gravel and features a fire ring and picnic table.
Please tell your friends about this park. - Josh L
Apr 2016 - $40.00
Wonderful campground! Great pavilion with fireplace, gliding chairs and tables and benches. Nice landscaping. The park hosts were new to the area but were very attentive and very friendly. Would definitely stay here again. Best campground in Franklin. - Lexusrx350
Sep 2017 - $26.00
The rate reflects a weekly rate. This is one of our favorite parks. We have been coming here twice a year for the last couple of years. The sites are level with gravel spots and roads. There are some sites along the creek. The laundry is clean. All the seasonal people are very friendly. We will return. - esta34950
Jul 2016 - $34.00
Level sites, gravel roads and sites. Very quiet campground with lots of things to do. The permanent people are very friendly and invited us to join them in all their activities. Sites available along the river. - esta34950
Jun 2016 - $35.00
We stayed here because it was the closest available to Highlands where we were visiting family.
We asked for a spot along the river which we got (#45) but there was no shade. Also the river was underwhelming. Small, slow moving. There were other sites with much better shade and if we had to do it over again, we would have asked for a spot with the most shade vs. a spot along the river. Wi-Fi worked well as did our phone (AT&T).
There were a lot of long-timers there. It seemed a fair number were there for longer than just the season. Everyone was friendly and we felt safe. Mostly older people. Fairly crowded. They had a schedule of events including bingo, cards, church, etc. We didn't attend any but I thought it was a nice touch. They had a large group room and there were usually older people in there playing cards.
One down side was that it was hard to find someone in the office. It wasn't consistently open during business hours which was frustrating. They did have a nice selection of movies (no charge) which was a bonus. However there was no drop-off box or slot to put the movies in and we didn't want to call the emergency number because it clearly wasn't an emergency.
The bathrooms and showers were impressively clean.
Overall, this was a convenient stop, but next time we'd try something else. If you want to hang out with a pleasant group of older people that like to play cards, bingo, etc. it might be for you. - GearDown
Aug 2016 - $27.00
My first impression was to hang a 1 star rating on this campground and pack up and leave. After some thought however I thought it best to be objective so other campers could get a clear unbiased review of this campground. The experience started when we arrived to find that the pull thru site we had reserved was not available and we had to take a back in site. The roads were very narrow with tight turns. About 50% of the roads were paved....the rest were gravel as were the sites. 90 to 95% of the sites in here were seasonal. I saw only about 8 sites for daily/weekly campers. While pull thru sites are advertised there are only 4 in the entire place. Both electric and water were not controlled from our site but the site next door. It took a good 15 mins. of troubleshooting when we set up to figure this out. My observation was that the seasonal people pay the bills and transients are not a priority. There was no water in the bathrooms/showers/laundry for the first 2 days we were there. While their websites shows mountain vista views, our view was of a church parking lot and a large propane tank. There was moderate noise from the highway in front of the park.
On the positive side, the manager/owner was very nice and tried to be helpful. The seasonal residents were also very nice, quiet and willing to share local knowledge.
The sites were mostly shaded. The price was reasonable. - TLL
Aug 2015 - $27.00
Manager was very nice and helpful. This is a lovely area and park. Most of the sites are seasonal rentals so it is best to call ahead to make sure there is one available. Our site was difficult to get into and very close to other sites but manager helped. Some sites have lots of shade/trees; others have mix of shade and sun. Our site was too tight to have a campfire; picnic table was small and could only seat two adults. - SDeasy
Oct 2013 - $26.00
Staff and campers were very friendly. Pull-thru site was quite long. Be careful when making turns in campground. Some are very tight and must be taken as wide as possible, especially if you're in a longer motorhome. Best to have someone outside to guide you through the turns. Some of the trees could have been better trimmed. - TGOHal